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Hul-Qumi-Num treaty negotiations. Nanaimo. B-roll footage of First Nation band representatives from all over British Columbia, Canada. The Road to Self-Determination The treaty process is an opportunity for the Hul'qumi'num people to officially secure recognition of our aboriginal title and rights... click for more    (ID • 1830)

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hul qumi num treaty negotiations nanaimo first nations aboriginal people injustice recognition traditional lands resources elders www.realworldtelevision.com kelowna cameraman gary moore photojournalism www.realworldphotographs.com www.garymoorephotography.com okanagan videographer stock video archive www.realworldimage.com self determination education conflict politics social
Hul-Qumi-Num treaty negotiations. Nanaimo. B-roll footage of First Nation band representatives from all over British Columbia, Canada. The Road to Self-Determination The treaty process is an opportunity for the Hul'qumi'num people to officially secure recognition of our aboriginal title and rights, and to shape our destiny within British Columbia and Canada. Establishing a treaty that pleases everyone will not be without challenges, but by joining together, the six Nations of the Hul'qumi'num Treaty Group are strongly positioned to meet these challenges, both during negotiations and after a treaty is signed. By securing recognition of title to our traditional lands and regaining control over our resources, we can work toward building healthy, productive and sustainable communities for our people today and in the years to come. We raise our hands to all the community members, elders and leaders who have participated in these working groups and given us excellent advice and guidance in our mandate of getting to 100 per cent. It is through our efforts together that we will reach a fair and just treaty. Director/Cameraman Gary Moore
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